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encouraging them to come forward. this morning 69-year-old eugene perreault was arrested and charged with aggravated felonious sexual assault. more than a week ago, police say a man approached them saying he was victimized by perreault about 20 years ago while he was a boy scout in newfield. at the time, police say the alleged victim was younger than 13 years old. authorities say perreault was a scout master for the boy scouts of america from the mid 1990's through 2006 newfields. police also confirmed perreault was the town health officer, a role he was removed from today. he posted cash bail and will be arraigned december 13. >> it's not unusual for victims of sexual assault to not come forward right away. it is important to remember
at this time. mike: police say the alleged victims they are working with are all within the context of the suspect's former role as a scout master. anyone else with information on this is asked to call police or crime stoppers. mike cronin, wmur news 9. tom: tonight the city of nashua says it is not taking any chances with its storm grates after the disappearance of a teenager. it is believed 16-year-old jacob glate was swept away during friday's storm and while the city says it is that will ever happen again. wmur's heather hammel is live to explain the work under way right now to make sure that it doesn't. heather: multiple public works crews are already working to make sure there are tamper proof locks put on all of the drains that are here in the city. they are also working to replace aluminum grates with stainless steel. that still does not answer the question of why the grate you see behind me that has become now a memorial got loose in the
of the 16-year-old nashua high school north student believed to have fallen into this storm drain. city officials say they have gone over multiple scenarios and consulted with experts but can't determine what caused the grate to open on friday evening. >> they put brackets on the other one and it just popped off? come on. that's crazy. heather: it left city residents baffled and friends of jacob goulet in disbelief. >> i was like, this has got to be fake. when i watched the news i was crying. i couldn't heather: jesse says he and goulet bonded over music and while the high school sophomore had dealt with some tough times he was turning his life around. >> he was changing his life, trying to improve himself for the better. heather: at nashua high school north grief counselors were on hand to deal with the loss. >> during the weekend the building administration reached out to classroom teachers and asked who of the students in their classes may be affected by the tragedy and then gave those names to guidance counselors
heather: city officials are working hard to make sure there are no repeat incidents and are installing tamper proof bolts and locks and heavier, more durable manhole covers will replace aluminum grates. while the city works the community is coming together to pay respects. >> everybody deserves some bit of respect especially for something so sudden. heather: friends of jacob goulet say they've changed their facebook profile picture to a picture of gouletn and will have a vigil wednesday night in the city. wmur news 9. tom: on to commitment 2016 now. hillary clinton making her first campaign trip to the granite state since september 28. goffstown police say the crowd on the st. anselm college campus was well over 3 hst and turned hundreds more away. wmur's political reporter explains why clinton focused some of her attacks on senator
>> if hillary clinton wins the white house in two weeks she will need allies on capitol hill meaning she wants the governor to become a senator. that's why the campaign took some time off trump today to focus a little bit on kelly ayotte. ? ain't no mountain high ain't no valley low ? reporter: hillary clinton campaigning in new hampshire monday with one eye on the white house and another on the u.s. senate show casing governor maggie hasan, asking granite state voters to send her to like elizabeth warren. the massachusetts senator once again scorching donald trump. >> he thinks because he has a mouthful of tic tacs that he can force himself on any woman within groping distance. i got news for you, donald trump. women have had it with guys like you.
clinton herself took a dig at kelly ayotte while explaining why she wants hasan on her team in d.c. ms. clinton: unlike her opponent, she has never been afraid to stand up to donald trump. reporter: this afternoon senator ayotte responded. >> you can see what's happening here. you see all the democratic washington power brokers coming here to new hampshire to support governor hassan because they recruited her in this race. she's going to do their bidding. reporter: political analysts say clinton's focus on the senate indicateson in fact, it is possible this is her last campaign trip to new hampshire in 2016 as she zeroes in on states where the race is closer in the polls. ms. clinton: please come out and vote on november 8 here in new hampshire and prove once and for all that love trumps hate.
-- calling her a corrupt career politician and saying voters can't wait to vote for donald trump to send him to the white house to, "drain the swamp." wmur, news 9. jennifer: please tomorrow donald trump's son eric will be here in the granite state visiting a number of campaign offices and making stops at businesses across southern new hampshire before going to a sea coast republicans rally in seabrook tomorrow night. donald trump is campaigning in the battleground state of trump spoke with first responders at a round table in st. augustine and earlier in the day at a meeting with florida farmers trump said many of the polls which show him trailing clinton are phony. the latest abc news national tracking poll has trump 12 points behind clinton. tom: now to new hampshire's drug crisis. tonight the deputy head of the drug enforcement agency is calling our state ground zero in the opioid epidemic. wmur's jennifer cromenton live
state's fight against drugs. jen? jennifer: it is his third trip here because of what's going on in terms of overdose deaths and the flood of fentanyl coming into the state and, yes, to praise all of the state community wide, state wide efforts to hit this issue from all sides. the second in command of the d.e.a. has never seen anything as insidious across the board as the opioid fentanyl and especially here. >> it's in every corner of the country but i have to tell you, i think the northeast and particularly new hampshire is ground zero. jennifer: it's caused the most per capita overdose deaths here. riley says it is a synthetic opioid produced and trasked by chinese organized crime and mexican cartels and calls the availability of fentanyl here alarming. >> usually, for instance the cartels would transit another
seeing people that live in this general region dealing directly with cartel members along the border. jennifer: riley was full of praise monday as boxes from national drug take back day were loaded into trucks. several tons of unused drugs collected from 103 locations. he's here this red ribbon week to thank law enforcement and the state's top down efforts. >> people do commit birgs and steal people's medications. kids will take them, bring them to p it could take just one pill to make somebody have an appetite for pain medication. >> i'm sure there are a lot of opioids that would lead to allot of abuse issues. today is a great day for law enforcement because this is safely getting turned in. jennifer: riley says how we fight it collectively here will play a part in how it's done elsewhere. >> this is my third time here and i look at it as kind of the most important place we put our
saying d.e.a. connections across the globe are as strong as ever and he's committed to putting more d.e.a. agents here in new hampshire. reporting live in portsmouth, jennifer crompton, wmur news 9. jennifer: a state trooper is okay after he was nearly hit by a truck. he was responding to an accident on 293 north when police say a box truck hit his cruiser near exit 4 in manchester and then crashe the trooper was not hurt. the driver of the box truck has been cited for negligent driving and failing to obey the move over law. tom: a possible kidnapping in laconia. coming up at 6:00. jennifer: questions police now have after witnesses say a woman was pulled into a vehicle by her hair. tom: and helping victims of hurricane matthew. tonight the work ahead for a local volunteer headed to north carolina. >> it's been much more of an
the difference... always putting people first. by focusing on families, innovation and education. the same approach maggie will take as us senator: a detailed plan to make college more affordable. lower cost prescription drugs for everyday families. and an approach to leadership that puts new hampshire families and small businesses ahead of the corporate special interests. that's maggie hassan. always has been. always will be. i'm maggie hassan
jennifer: laconia police are working to identify the people involved in what was reported as a possible kidnapping. tom: authorities say it happened late last night on cottage street. we have more from laconia. reporter: one witness said he heard a woman scream and heard two cars taking off around 11:30 last night. authorities say they were called to cottage street here in laconia for what they are calling a possible kidnapping.
followed by a man who got out of the same vehicle. police say the witness says he saw the man grab the woman by the hair and put her back in the car and take off. police say the witness followed the car for a short distance and got a license plate number. that car was recovered at a residence in concord. police say they are still sorting through all of the facts in this case. >> at this point we treat it as a suspicious incident. possibility of at least the crime of assault. we're looking into the ail -- allegation of possible kidnapping. reporter: police say they are still following leads and looking for the public's help with any information they may have about this case. in laconia andy hershberger wmur news 9. tom: we'll have a cool week, at least at night for sure. >> a cool air mass pushing on in and a little chill you'll be feeling not only tonight but the next few days.
for months and months of this. i'd like to punch him in the face i'll tell you. there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her, wherever. kelly ayotte stood by him. would you tell a child to aspire to be
like donald trump? would you point to him as a role model? absolutely. i would do that. but now, she's running away. trying to save her political career. kelly ayotte's all politics,
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support for those affected by the flooding. more than 600 people in the area are still in shelters. josh: all right. check out the temperatures already chilling down in the north country. upper 30's and lower 40's at this hour. you know it's going to get colder than that. there's even colder temperatures down near or below the freezing mark already in some far northern locations like stewartstown and pittsburgh. head further south. we're stilln some 50's on the maps. that will be fading as we all head down into at least the 30's tonight. we made it up to 59 in concord. unofficial high today. the average is 58. believe it or not we were actually right about average. even a degree above it. nowhere near the record though of 81 from a long time ago. here's the winds. they've been gusting all day as high as about 30 miles per hour. still gusting around 15 miles per hour right now. they'll stay like that most likely through the evening hours
for tomorrow. and then calming down on wednesday. which looks like a pretty nice day. the wind does something. it kicks up the clouds as the wind comes out of the west or the northwest and bumps into the mountains and creates these clouds and in this case as well some snow flurries and some snow showers. that's why as the wind comes back down the other side, it dries out. that's why it's been clear in far southern new hampshire and partly cloudy in the lakes region and upper valley of central new hampshire. here we areno hampshire with snow flying again in some locations and it'll do so off and on right through the night and especially tomorrow morning as well. there is a little bit more in your future for only that part of the state. you can see the flow bringing in the colder air and it is bringing it down in a big way and also rotating around this big area of high pressure which is slowly pushing in and keeps our weather fairly dry away from
in canada and it is slowly pushing in. that's why temperatures tomorrow will be a good 10 degrees cooler than what they were for today. otherwise a fairly similar day. a little more snow tomorrow in the mountains most likely. here is tonight. clear to partly cloudy skies in central and southern new hampshire. with snow showers or flurries in the mountains particularly in those up slope locations to the north and west. that continues into tomorrow. tomorrow they eventually wane a bit. here is wednesday. a nice day. lots of sunshine. lighter winds. still chilly moves in. if this system moves in in the morning there could be a quick burst of snow particularly in the northern part of the state. if it holds into the afternoon when temperatures rise a little higher it would move in as all rain. that is one thing to watch. chances for rain, none for tomorrow and very little on wednesday. thursday you see a high chance but that's particularly in the afternoon. friday it's particularly in the morning. they drop this weekend, saturday night there could be some
everywhere. a chilly one. first thing tomorrow morning send the kids out or maybe head yourself out to the car it'll be chilly and cooler weather settles in this week. 40's for highs everywhere. some 30's in parts of northern new hampshire for high temperatures. >> just like that it changes. >> all right. jamie is in with sports. jamie: monday night football for high school football. some games were played today.
andrew crossley: new hampshire has a senator who works just as hard as we do. gerardine ferlins: kelly ayotte believes in the potential of new hampshire, and wants to unleash that potential. ron goguen: she's out there fighting for good-paying jobs. training initiatives to make sure we have the skills for the 21st century. sue winter: she's fought against workplace discrimination - and for equal pay. claude poisson: she's working for
the little guy - i'm the little guy. barb fredette: we need kelly fighting for good new hampshire jobs so our kids can raise their families here. sue martin: kelly is a powerful voice for new hampshire's working families. kelly ayotte: i'm kelly ayotte and i approved this message. i'm colin van ostern, and this is my father-in-law, rich. and this is peter and patrick. i agreed to do a tv ad
my clean energy plan is all about their future. as governor, i'll invest in solar and renewable energy. that'll hold down energy costs, create local jobs, and protect the environment. it's how we keep new hampshire moving forward. or grampa could just keep feeding the kids cake and ice cream. you get a lot of energy that way, too. when all three of these guys show up, they come up with some crazy ideas.
to cutting social security. she stood up to both parties to protect our benefits. annie's working to make sure we have a secure retirement. so i can worry about these guys instead. thanks, annie. i'm annie kuster and i approve this message. the difference... always putting people first. maggie hassan helped energize our economy by focusing on families, innovation and education. the same approach a detailed plan to make college more affordable. lower cost prescription drugs for everyday families. and an approach to leadership that puts new hampshire families and small businesses ahead of the corporate special interests. that's maggie hassan. always has been. always will be. i'm maggie hassan
jamie: the best team in the a.f.c. at least in terms of their record. new england improved to 6-1 after yesterday's 27-16 win at the steelers in pittsburgh. tom brady, 220 yards, two scores. he still has not thrown an interception since his return to the lineup. the patriots as thrown an interception all season. incredible. another big game for rob gronkowski with four catches, 93 yards, and a score. the patriots head to buffalo next sunday to face the bills, the team responsible for new england's only loss this year. >> just overall team game. that makes this so great. it's a team game and everyone has to work together to come together and win games. so just overall i thought it was a solid performance. overall with everyone doing their job on offense and our
jamie: it took a few days but week eight of high school football season is finally done. the last two of the suspended games from friday night played out this afternoon including keene making a trip to play the broncos. their helmets university of it looks like. the blackburg quarterback comes around the right side. takes a hit. good for a first down. keeps it again and finds the end zone. that's a touchdown for the black birds. keene to the air he'll find michael abreu. he does the rest. check it out. he turns it into a touchdown for 60 yards as he works his way through the defenders. that gave keene an 18-0 lead. fourth and long when chapman breaks free for 40 yards and a broncos touchdown. they avoid the shutout but keene gets the victory final in hudson, 18-6. dover played today. finished up their game from
two touchdown catches from carson webb. dover at 6-2 having a great season. it is a big week of action for the celtics and bruins. the bruins skate at home tomorrow night and at the rangers on thursday. the celtics season opener is wednesday. he was inducted into the new hampshire legends hockey hall of fame yesterday. the ceremony was sunday in concord. he's from nashua and played for the st. paul school before with boston college and he played for parts of six seasons with the monarchs in the a.h.l. also inducted into the 2016 hall of fame class were several coaches. john dobbs with dr. richard roy inducted posthumously. jennifer: congratulations to all. tom: tune in for new hampshire chronicle and world news.
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i plan to vote for donald trump. when it served her purpose, ayotte buddied up to trump, even calling him a role model. would you tell a child to aspire to be like donald trump? oh absolutely, i would do that. but she kept playing politics and flip flopping around. ayotte is running away from trump as quickly as she can. and what she values is her seat. and she's trying - to keep something she values. - i know. kelly ayotte. the politician. looking out for herself. senate majority pac is responsible
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the result of hate. my son matt was murdered in laramie, wyoming, in 1998. he was befriended by two men in a bar who pretended to be gay. they offered him a ride home, and when he was in their car, they robbed him and beat him. they drove matt out to the prairie and tied him to a split-rail fence, then beat him some more and left him for dead. in the aftermath of matt's death, my family saw the best of america in the love and support we were shown. e hate that donald trump has brought to his campaign for president, it terrifies me. i'd like to punch him in the face, i'll tell ya. ahh, i don't know what i said, uhh, i don't remember. he's a mexican. i could stand in the middle of fifth avenue and shoot somebody, and i wouldn't... words have an influence. violence causes pain. hate can rip us apart. i know what can happen as the result of hate, and donald trump should never be our president. priorities usa action
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urgent hunt for a killer. two murders already. then, attacking two officers and several others. the suspect then posting this live on facebook. police now warning tonight, he is armed and dangerous. donald trump calling the polls phony tonight, telling supporters, we're and what senator elizabeth warren said today about, quote, nasty women. the plane crash, no survivors. the jet plunging from the sky just after takeoff. the ball of fire. the u.s. launching air strikes. the iraq kips moving closer to mos mosul. and martha raddatz revealing the new horror playing out in that city. inside the deadly bus crash. at least 13 people dead.